Meaning : God of wind and air, God Of Wind And Air,
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Additional information Vayu:
Hindi Meaning: The name Vayu is a Hindi baby name. In Hindi the meaning of the name Vayu is: Vital force.
Means "air, wind" in Sanskrit. This is the name of the Hindu god of the air and wind, one of the five elements.
Expression information Vayu:
for harmony and balance in their lives, and respond positively to beautiful things.
Soul information Vayu:
People with this name have a deep inner desire for order and physical creativity, and want to be involved in conventional, safe activities.
Songs about Vayu:
Vayu Kumaran/ Kalyani/ Adi by Dr. Umayalpuram K Sivaraman Sikkil Gurucharan from the Album Sarvam Brahmamayam
Raga Taralam - Libra - Tula - Vayu Tattva by Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji from the Album 12 Tunes for Zodiac
Stepping Into Clarity (Vayu) by davidji & SacredFire from the Album Journey to Infinity: Music, Mantras & Meditations
Vayu (Original Mix) by Arure from the Album Found Objects LP
Air - Vayu (Original) by Void Orchestra from the Album Naturealization
Breathe Again (Vayu Remix) by Åsa from the Album Goa Beach, Vol. 25
Canções de Vayu by Eduardo Agni from the Album Kronos
Books about Vayu:
Vayu Siddhi: A Guide to Pranayama, Ashtanga Yoga's Fourth Limb by David Garrigues (Jul 23, 2013)
Vayu's Gate - Yoga and the Ten Vital Winds by Orit Sen-Gupta (May 27, 2009)
Vayu Siddhi: A Guide to Powerful Ujjayi Breathing and Pranayama by David Garrigues (Sep 30, 2014)
Vayu's Gate - Yoga and the Ten Vital Winds by Orit Sen Gupta (Oct 7, 2010)
Vayu Purana Pt. 2 (AITM Vol. 38) (Padma-Purana) by G. P. Bhatt (Jan 1, 2001)
Vayu Mahapurana 2 Volume Set An Exhaustive Introduction, Sanskrit Text, English Translation, Notes & Index of... by Sudarshan Kumar Sharma (Dec 31, 2008)
Vayu - Pamphlet by Albert Pike (Sep 15, 2006)
Wiki information Vayu:
Vāyu is a primary Hindu deity, the Lord of the winds, the father of Bhima and the spiritual father of Lord Hanuman. He is also known as Vāta, Pavana, and sometimes Prāṇa.
The Vayu Purana is a Shaiva Purana, a Hindu religious text, dedicated to the god Vayu, containing about 24,000 shlokas.